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Information & Ratings on Mary Scott Nursing Center, Dayton, Ohio
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This long-term care facility is a 135-certified bed "non-profit" home providing services and cares to residents of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio. The Medicare and Medicaid-participating center is located at:
3109 Campus Dr
Dayton, Ohio 45406
Mary Scott Nursing Center
In addition to providing around the clock skilled nursing care, Mary Scott Nursing Center offers other services. These services include short-term rehab, stroke management, postsurgical joint therapy, oxygen therapy, long term ventilator care, tracheostomy care, and restorative care including physical, occupational and speech therapies.Financial Penalties and Violations
Ohio and the federal government have the legal obligation to monitor every nursing facility and impose monetary fines or deny payments through Medicare if the home has violated established nursing home regulations and rules. In severe cases, the nursing facility will receive multiple penalties if investigators find the violations are severe and harmed or could have harmed a resident.
The nursing home also received five complaints over the last three years that resulted in a violation citation. Additional information concerning the facility can be reviewed on the Ohio Long-Term Care Consumer Guide.Dayton Ohio Nursing Home Safety Concerns
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According to Medicare, this facility maintains an overall rating of one out of five stars, including two out of five stars concerning health inspections, one out of five stars for staffing issues and three out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Provide Basic Life Support, Including Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, before the Arrival of Medical Personnel – citation #F678 date May 3, 2018
- Failure to Provide and Implement an Infection Prevention and Control Program – citation #F880 date May 3, 2018
According to state investigators, “the facility failed to assure resident code status in advance directives were communicated throughout the facility.” This failure caused the staff not to know “immediately what action to take or not have if a cardiac emergency occurred.”
The survey team reviewed a resident’s Medical Chart that “did not reveal evidence of a code status or advance directive. Additionally, the code status was not able to be located by the surveyor in the facility’s electronic nursing documentation.”
The investigators interviewed the Director of Nursing and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) who “revealed all resident charts were to have a full colored paper in front of the heart medical record identifying the code status of the resident.” The Director reviewed the resident’s chart and “was not able to locate the full colored paper with the code status [stating that] the resident’s admission paperwork what identify the code status.”
The investigative team interviewed the LPN alone who said that “he looked through the pages the medical record for [that resident] stated he could not find the code status and the hard chart.” The LPN stated that he would check with the Director of Nursing to clarify.
The LPN then returned and said that the resident had a “Do Not Intestate Comfort Care (DNRCC)” code status. The investigators asked the LPN what he would do “in a real cardiac emergency?” The LPN responded, “he would not do anything until he found out the code status for the resident [saying] he would check in the computer system for the code status.”
The surveyors say that upon review of the Advance Directives it was revealed: “that the facility staff will document in the medical record advance directives that the resident executes.”
The nursing home “failed to ensure a Legionella prevention plan was in place and had been implemented. This [failure affected 76 residents] who reside in the facility. Also, the facility failed to follow infection control practices while changing a [resident’s device] dressing.”
The investigators interviewed the facility Administrator who “confirmed the facility had not implemented any Legionella program and had no current water testing completed at the facility. The Administrator stated a Legionella plan was not in place when he started at the facility [and that] he had implemented the process of putting one in place and had consulted with a professional water management service.” However, “the plan had not been implemented.”
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